Violence ends where love begins. 

Published in Canada

WINDSOR, Ont. – They’re called Climate Crusaders, and they’re part of what’s being described as the largest program of its kind in North America.

Published in Education
WASHINGTON – Tributes from business leaders and politicians alike described Jennifer Riordan – the 43-year-old passenger who died April 17 from injuries suffered on Southwest Flight 1380 when its engine exploded -- as a devoted mother, community leader, mentor and volunteer.
Published in International

Even if spring refuses to get sprung this year after a stubbornly long winter, Earth Day will still be an intensely educational and intensely religious occasion in Catholic schools across Ontario.

Published in Canada
VATICAN – Catholic universities are "called to be workshops of dialogue and encounter in the service of truth, justice and the defense of human dignity at every level," Pope Francis told a delegation from Pennsylvania's Villanova University.
Published in Education

Hard work pays off. It can also get you an all expenses paid trip to New York City.

Published in Education
When Christine Mrakuzic enrolled her three-year-old daughter Mia in dance, the idea was to help her overcome anxiety.
Published in Canada
DENVER, Colo. – On Wednesday, thousands of students throughout the United States walked out of classrooms as part of National School Walkout, a demonstration calling for safer schools and increased gun control, in the wake of the February high school shooting that left 17 Florida students dead.
Published in International
To my peers, it’s no big deal that I’m one of the few Catholics at my public high school, but to me, it’s a huge challenge.
Published in YSN: Speaking Out
The stories are out there, they just need to be heard.
Published in Higher Education
Saint Paul University in Ottawa has good news for young Catholics who want to make a difference.
Published in Higher Education

There was a sea of youth in a Brampton, Ont., convention centre on March 7 to meet four men about to be ordained priests, plus an array of habited sisters there to explain their lives under vows.

Published in Canada

“Your two jobs today are to play and to have fun.”

Published in Canada
WASHINGTON – If Christians in the Middle East are going to be "honest" with their Muslim dialogue partners, said Chaldean Archbishop Bashar Warda of Irbil, Iraq, Muslims will have to acknowledge that the persecution of Christians in the region did not start with the Islamic State's rise to power in 2014.
Published in International
“The opposite of war isn’t peace, it’s creation.”
Published in Arts News